Ryzen seems the best match right now.
If you're waiting then additional options are forthcoming. e.g. Ryzen with four or six cores will likely be faster (i.e. better for gaming). And APU combo of Ryzen processors and Polaris/Vega graphics.
If you have the time this video seems a fairly balanced overview of the processor.
Lastly the original post seems to lazily lifted from an untranslated-photoshop-joke by a French magazine. Never mind the troll-like thread title.
Heh I was literally about to hit reply with that same vid. The ryzen isn't 'bad' for gaming per say but the price point makes it uneconomical when far cheaper intel offerings cover every range of price and performance. But if you find yourself saddling up to the computer for a long session of autocad or sony vegas and gaming is secondary then it makes far better sense.