To me, I love the game. Back when I attempted to get into MtG, I had very little income(still have little income) so I couldn't buy very many cards, and when I did, I didn't really have much people to play with. I wasn't the type to go out to card shops and the like to find people to play with(I'm an introvert like that). Anybody I was going to play with would be people that I already knew. The only people I knew that played MtG were the following.
My sister's fiancé(or is it fianceé? I know one is for male and the other's for female but I can never remember which, but now its her ex fiancé) that I tried to avoid like the plague because he was a manipulative asshole that would always try to mooch money off me when we went card shopping and tried to get me to trade away cards when I didn't want to, and when I asked him for $1 because I was short for a starter deck that I wanted to buy, he'd be like "sure, if you give me this rare that comes in the starter deck." because he wanted a full playset of it. and I'm like "...I just lent you like a total of $5 yesterday and didn't get/expect puffy in return". Overall, I had a sour experience with him and I was very salty around him.
The second person that I could play with was my sister, which in order to play with her, I'd have to go over to her apartment when I would have to deal with douchebag extraordinaire that I mentioned above. The only other people I could've played with were his younger brothers, which again, would have to deal with him.
To me, Infinity Wars fixes is a TCG that I can enjoy that fixes most if not all of my previous problems with MtG. I can play it completely free-to-play which solves my low-income issues but will probably end up spending money on the game where I can to support it. It solves the fact that I can find people to play with, without having to go out of my way to do so since its so easy to find people to play with, whether it is from chat, visiting a stream, or even just getting matched against them in a queue. It also allows me to be pickier about who I wanna socialize with, since I can still play with them without having to actually socialize with them. If They're on my ignore list and I get matched with them, I don't have to deal with any of their puffy since the game takes care of any interactivity I would HAVE to do with them when playing with them.
...Perhaps not the most heartfelt story, but thats what it means to me. Its a TCG that I can sink my teeth into and gets rid of many of the problems I ran into with MtG.