Alright, this may genuinely to be among the most hilarious gaming stories I've read this year and also a great chef's kiss for the gacha/p2w market, with one of its most notorious Diablo 4 Gold offenders, Diablo Immortal.
Though it's been estimated that it can take north of $100,000 to full all-out a single player in Diablo Immortal by gambling on and leveling the rarest gems However, few players actually go and gambled that. But at least one did, and, now, the player appears to have invested so much making his character as strong as it is possible to make, that the game's matchmaking system can no longer find anyone to put him with.
This happened to Jtisallbusiness who spent $100,000 to play his Barbarian as high as he could and then ended with winning so many games, the game just...stopped beating him all the time due to his absurd MMR which he said that he'll wait for up to 72 hours , waiting for the next game. The video below was posted by Jtisallbusiness asking if it would be possible to try and get a full refund of the $100K he deposited into his account because this aspect of the game hasn't performed for him effectively. It has 1.5K liked and 15,000 dislikes, as the player isn't finding an engaged audience.
It's possible a fix for this is on the way and it's been reported that Blizzard has expressed concern about the issue that certain players can't find matches on Battleground PvP In the course of more than a month Jitsallbusiness reported that Blizzard finally got back to him with regards to it. But what isn't clear is what happens if they decide to start placing him in games again with such a strong character and even if it's possible that he'll lose the amount of money buy Diablo 4 Gold he's spent. The commenters on the site said that when this issue was being discussed, this may just be what happens after you "win" in a pay-to-win-win-win-win-win-win-.