What I found out is that Lutris script for the runners does not support x86_64 arch.
I was looking around on the scripts, and I found that there lutris only handles winesteam with 32-bit. Here is how I found out:
I looked around on
/usr/lib64/python3.5/site-packages/lutris/runners/runner.py (I am on Solus so my Lutris scripts might be a bit different). And I actually found out that that script sets on default the i368 architecture, first I thought is to install 32-bit on 64-bit. After hours of thinking I read the script more and the script mentions a post to a API (post/get) “https://lutris.net/api/runners”. With this I searched for “winesteam” (the name for the runner) and found out that this particular runner does not have a 32-bit or 64-bit versions so the script don’t know how to handle it and just puts the 32-bit version as default.
For winesteam there should be a specific instance where if “winesteam” is installed (and if your architecture is 64-bit) it should install a 64-bit version of wine.
As I have to do now is to install manually a wine on my computer, link that version to this wine to play it on Lutris, but that kind of defeats the point to having Lutris in the first place.