ASUS, the largest Taiwanese computer manufacturer, is ready to encourage gamers to mine cryptocurrency between online games. To do this, they can use unoccupied graphic cards, and receive income through PayPal or WeChat. This is a joint project with Quantumcloud, a company known for developing blockchain software.
There is currently no detailed information about the crypto resources available for use - however, according to ASUS management, all operations comply with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR. This means that Quantumcloud does not have confidential information about customers who decide to take advantage of this idea.
Also, there is no mention of the potential revenue for gamers - and whether ASUS or Quantumcloud intend to charge a portion of it as a service fee.
In any case, gamers are unlikely to be able to count on big wins. As Quantumcloud representatives reported on their website, "You are unlikely to get rich, but you can make some money from your idle GPUs."