You can go on ICC (Internet Chess Club) and play all you want. Yes, it costs $70/year (that calculates to less than 20 cents per day). You can play bullet, blitz, G/30, and even standard time controls. They hold mini-tournaments of various time controls throughout the day. You can also play against computers at all levels. The good ones will pounce on every tactical error you make, so it makes for a good training partner. They also have tactical and endgame puzzles for different levels. I used to be on there, but I no longer have the time to play, let alone study. I only read chess literature for leisure. One book I would recommend for your level is Perfect Your Chess by Andrei Voloktin. It is a difficult book, but it is a book that helps you train your way of thinking.
I wouldn't be sure that gaming should be a hobby. In my opinion hobby should make you better in some ways. And gaming doesn't do it. And what you are talking about can even make you broke. Be careful with that man!
My son persuaded me to play PUBG :mrgreen:
Not long ago I downloaded Asphalt 9. It was terrible as I had to pay literaly for everything. Damn. It was awful. Every single step, every option is not free. And the whole game is too simple. You can even play without participation just press buttons of acceleration. That's it. I was really upset to find out that most games need different kinds of donations if you want to play them with comfort.