Players who feel betrayed by CDPR is a different matter. I can understand that players wanted Gwent and got something else. The results might not live up to the expectation of the players. And results might very well be all that matters to some. But, for me, I also look at the process and the effort put into the game by the devs.
CDPR saw that Gwent wasn't working out. They could have left it alone and try to squeeze out as much money as possible while the game would slowly bleed to death. But that's not how the studio rolls, unlike some other studios who shall not the named. Instead, CDPR took on an impossible task to create a whole new Gwent in just 6 months. I can only imagine the pressure the devs were under to deliver. Looking at the result, I am really impressed what CDPR has done in such a short amount of time. Don't get me wrong, I am just acknowledging the work CDPR has done, even if the result is not what some had hoped for. Still, it would be disheartening to see the dev's work get stomped into the ground.
As a closing note, as mentioned by others, it was a weird decision to end the beta with Homecoming, while the game still needs to be tweaked and improved. Regardless, I am hopeful that it can become an enjoyable game.