Alright, this may genuinely be one of the most hilarious gaming stories I've ever heard and one of the best chef's kiss for the gacha/p2w game industry, featuring one of its worst offenders, D2R Items Immortal.
Although it's been determined that it will take north of $100,000 to full each character's potential in Diablo Immortal using gambling or leveling gems with high rarity however, very few players actually did spend that. However, someone did, only now, he appears to have spent the entire amount of time making his character as strong as is possible that the game's PvP matchmaking system is unable to find anyone to pair him against.
It happened to Jtisallbusiness, who spent $100,000 in order to increase the value of his Barbarian as high as he could, but then he ended in winning so many games and the game just...stopped beating him all the time because of his ridiculous MMR, and he says that he'll be waiting for anywhere from 48 to 72 hours waiting for the chance to win. The video below was posted by Jtisallbusiness asking if he could seek the money back on his $100K account , as this part of the game hasn't worked for him, effectively. The account is currently averaging 1.5K people who have liked it, and 15,000 dislikes, as it's not attracting a sympathetic audience:
There's a possibility that a solution for this is on the horizon and it's been reported that Blizzard has spoken about the fact that certain players can't find matches on Battleground PvP After about a month Jitsallbusiness stated that Blizzard finally did respond to him on the issue. But what isn't clear is what happens if they decide to start putting him in matches again with such a good character, and if it's even likely that he'll lose how much he's spent. As commenters said when this scenario was unfolding, this may just be the outcome when you "win" in d2r items for sale.