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Diablo Immortal YouTuber Can't Find A Match After Spending $100,000 On Gear

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Diablo Immortal YouTuber Can't Find A Match After Spending $100,000 On Gear

A YouTuber claims he can no longer matchmake with other players after spending a whopping $100,000 (£82,000) on Diablo Immortal.

Online-gamer jtisallbusiness spent thousands so he could 'pay to win' at Blizzard's free-to-play mobile ARPG, which came out back in June.

He says he spent 'a ton of money right at the start' so he could be 'way ahead' of his opponents.

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So, the game's 'pay to win' mechanics is exactly what it sounds like and it's where players are able to purchase in-game add ons to increase their chances of winning.

A YouTuber claims he can no longer matchmake with other players after spending a whopping $100,000 (£82,000) on Diablo Immortal. Credit: YouTube/jtisallbusiness
A YouTuber claims he can no longer matchmake with other players after spending a whopping $100,000 (£82,000) on Diablo Immortal. Credit: YouTube/jtisallbusiness

Players can acquire the best and most powerful gems needed to reach higher levels, which increases a powerful stat called 'Resonance' - this basically increases the attributes of all equipped gear.

After spending a s**t-ton on the game, jtisallbusiness, by his own accord, began 'literally slaughtering every single person' in PvP with only a handful of losses.

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However, the issue which he is now facing is that because his win to lose ratio is so high he is unable to match with other players.

The YouTuber claims that the issue has lasted weeks.

In a recent upload titled 'Should I refund 100k on Diablo Immortal', he wrote: "What would you do? I do not want to refund anything but do I have a choice?"

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One person commented: "This is absolutely deserved, if you are stupid enough to spend thousands on a game purposely designed to suck money out of people then anything like this is absolutely deserved.

"Maybe it's a lesson for the future. You are literally describing how Pay To Win this game is 6 minutes in. Why do you think that is acceptable?

"This isn't NASCAR or Formula 1 racing where you want the best mechanical things money can buy.

"This is a video game developed purely and only to line shareholder pockets."

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After spending a s**t tonne on the game, jtisallbusiness, by his own accord, began 'literally slaughtering every single person' in PvP with only a handful of losses. Credit: YouTube/jtisallbusiness
After spending a s**t tonne on the game, jtisallbusiness, by his own accord, began 'literally slaughtering every single person' in PvP with only a handful of losses. Credit: YouTube/jtisallbusiness

Someone else added: "You've dumped tons of money into this game, brag about getting 40-50 kills a game and you somehow think you are entitled to queue with people who have far less resonance then you?

"So you can slaughter them over and over? That's not how it works dude.

"This is your fault entirely. You are the 1%. Sure, they made bank off you, but if you scare off 40-50 paying customers who get tired of playing against you, what do you expect?

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"Losing that many customers who aren't logging in anymore cause they can't compete with your wallet, isn't worth it to Blizzard."

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Featured Image Credit: Blizzard/JTISALLBUSINESS/Facebook

Topics: Technology, Gaming

Anish Vij
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