Razer is trying everything to bring up the gaming sector to another level. We have seen many gaming-related products from the company, but now, Razer is launching a new "Paid to Play" initiative with zVault, a virtual currency platform that will reward gamers who use it to make payments for purchases and in-game transactions.
Before you start making a plan on how to make millions, you need to know that you won't be paid in actual cash, but in zSilvers, which is Razer's virtual currency. The currency can be earned through Razer's Cortex software and the supported titles, which include Paladins, League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, DotA 2, and Overwatch.
The idea behind zSilvers is to use them to redeem things like Razer products, discount vouchers, and "exclusive swag." The full list of redeemable rewards is available via Razer's website.