First off, if your only use for this monitor is gaming you don't have to read any longer. It's perfectly fine for what it tries to achieve. However, if you aim to use it for more than this, read on.
The CQ32 suffers from BLB that may or may not be an issue depending on what kind of content you consume. It is very noticeable on content that is mostly black.
Furthermore, since this screen is not UW, you'll need proper distance to avoid unclarity. Even at around a meter distance, text at the top and bottom vary greatly in sharpness. If you plan on using this for writing documents, browsing text rich web sites or doing image work, you will quickly notice the difference. Even a white page will exhibit color differences at the top and bottom. This is somewhat mitigated by further increasing distance to the screen. At around 2 meters it's not that noticeable, but noone has a desk that deep and tries to do any serious work. In that sense, it works better as a TV replacement.
Text is usually the most clear at the top 33% of the screen, and looks somewhat blurry or unclear near the bottom. This is absolutely unacceptable for any work regarding text or images.
So, bottom line: For gaming, you won't notice much (if at all) of the BLB and you're not suffering as much from unclarity. Do anything other than that, and I'd strongly advise looking elsewhere.