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The blogger spent so much money on his character in Diablo Immortal that he now has no one to play with

American streamer jtisallbusiness shared an unusual issue with viewers on YouTube: Blizzard Entertainment’s shareware role-playing action game Diablo Immortal by Blizzard Entertainment doesn’t allow the blogger to PvP. However, not just like that.

    Image Credit: Blizzard Entertainment

Image Credit: Blizzard Entertainment

As it turns out, since its inception, jtisallbusiness has spent around $100,000 improving its character in Diablo Immortal, which has allowed it to win hundreds of games (and only lose three) and earn an unusually high combat rating.

jtisallbusiness’s in-game achievements have made Diablo Immortal’s matchmaking system no longer let him into Battlefields and Rite of Exile PvP modes because it can’t find a worthy opponent for the blogger.

    Jtisallbusiness queued for PvP battles

Jtisallbusiness queued for PvP battles “between 48 and 72 hours” (Image source: YouTube)

According to jtisallbusiness, the problem has been observed for a month and a half, and Blizzard, despite its numerous requests, is in no hurry to solve it. The blogger also concluded that he was the only person in the world who found himself in such a situation.

jtisallbusiness is now considering whether to sue Blizzard Entertainment for the money invested in Diablo Immortal, because a character without PvP access is not needed and is uninteresting for a streamer.

In the comments below the video (more than 660 likes for 3.9 thousand dislikes), viewers “praised” jtisallbusiness for revealing the problems of aggressive monetization and advised him to focus on the current situation and not the choice of the hold players accountable.

Diablo Immortal launched June 2nd on iOS, Android and PC via Battle.net (beta testing). The game has already raised more than $100 million for Blizzard and has been downloaded more than 30 million times worldwide.

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