The truth is, this might to be among the most hilarious gaming tales buy cheap Diablo IV Gold I've heard this year and also a great chef's kiss moments for the gacha/p2w industry using one of its biggest offenders, Diablo Immortal.
Though it's been estimated that it can take north of $100,000 to every character in Diablo Immortal using gambling and leveling up high rarity gems However, only a handful of players actually went and spent that amount. It's not like everyone did, and, now, it appears that he has spent all that time to make his character as powerful as is possible that the game's PvP matchmaking system cannot discover anyone else to place him against.
The same thing happened to Jtisallbusiness, who spent $100,000 to boost his Barbarian as much as possible and ended losing so many times that the game just...stopped matching him altogether because of his ridiculous MMR and he has said that he'll stay in the game for 48 to 72 hours waiting for the next game. He posted the below video asking if he could try to get a refund on his $100K bank account since that portion of the game no longer worked for him and, in effect. It has 1.5K users who like it and 15,000 dislikes, as it's not attracting an audience that is sympathetic to his situation:
It's possible that a solution to this is on the way in light of the fact that Blizzard has expressed concern about the fact that certain players cannot find matches in Battleground PvP for Diablo 4 Gold a month. After one month, Jitsallbusiness claimed that Blizzard finally did get back to him regarding it. But what isn't clear is what happens if they begin putting him in matches again with such a good character and whether it's likely that he'll lose how much he's spent. Commenters have expressed their concerns when the event was unfolding, it might be exactly what happens during the time you "win" in a pay-to-win