Chef's kiss for the gacha industry that uses Diablo Immortal

  • Okay, this may be one of the funniest gaming stories I've heard this year Diablo 2 Resurrected Items, and it's a perfect chef's kiss for the gacha industry that uses Diablo Immortal, one of its worst offenders.

    Although it has been estimated that gambling for and leveling high-rarity gems can cost upwards of $100,000 to fully max out a single character in Diablo Immortal, few people have actually spent that amount. Well, at least someone did; however, now that he appears to have invested so much time and effort into making his character as strong as possible, the game's PvP matchmaking system is unable to place him with anyone.

    This happened to Jtisallbusiness, who spent $100,000 to maximize his Barbarian as much as possible. However, he won so many games that the game stopped matching him because of his insane MMR, and he claims he will wait for 48 to 72 hours. He asked in the video below whether he should try to get a refund for his $100K account because this part of the game no longer worked for him. It has 1,500 likes and 15,000 dislikes because he isn't getting a lot of support:

    Blizzard has mentioned that some players are unable to locate matches in Battleground PvP, and after a month, Jitsallbusiness reported that Blizzard did respond to him about the issue. But it's not clear what would happen if they put him back in matches with such a strong character buy d2r items, or if he could lose with how much money he spent. This may just be what happens when you "win" a pay-to-win game, as commenters stated as the situation developed.