It could become one of the funniest gaming stories I've heard this year as well as a fantastic chef's kiss moment for the Diablo IV Gold business, utilizing one of its biggest offenders Diablo Immortal.
The fact that it would take north of $100,000 to all-out a single player in Diablo Immortal including gambling and leveling high rarity gems however, very few players actually went and gambled the money. However, at the very least, one did, and, now, the player appears to have invested enough to make his character as strong as possible, that the game's matchmaking system can no longer identify anyone to play against.
This was the case for Jtisallbusiness who spent $100,000 to play his Barbarian maximum and ended having so many wins that the game just...stopped matching him up due to his absurd MMR which he said that he'll be waiting for anywhere from 48 to 72 hours awaiting an event to happen. The below video was shared by him asking whether he should try and get a refund for the $100K he deposited into his account because this portion of the game hasn't worked for him effectively. The account is currently averaging 1.5K fans and 15,000 dislikes, as there's been no luck in finding an engaged audience.
It's possible a fix for this issue is in the works in light of the fact that Blizzard has made comments on the fact that some players have difficulty finding matches in Battleground PvP in the last month, and after more than a month Jitsallbusiness said Blizzard finally got back to him. It's unclear the consequences buy Diablo 4 Gold if they begin playing him again with such a good character or if it's possible that he'll lose how much he's invested. The commenters on the site said that when this issue was being discussed, this could be what happens during the time you "win" on a pay-to-win basis.