Well, tests and already enough of time has proven Ryzen worthy. Obviously, Intel is always Intel if it's the brand that matters but tbh Intel assfucks their consumer constantly.. Like for example why delidding is done.. It isn't done with Xeon's because those fuckers are made properly and soldered on. With the consumer products they use a compound glue that raises the processor built-on heatspreader just a bit off the chipset so the cooling isn't as optimal. Cheaper and easier to produce, tho, Also releasing technology little by little to pump out the maximum profits (obviously, I understand their motives but I still don't like it while I'm atm running on Intel anyhow as Ryzen wasn't out or tested at the time I invested into a new CPU.) is something Intel has been happily doing while AMD has been crawling behind in development..
That has obviously changed, they're atleast almost on par or even past Intel especially bang-per-buck -wise. For CSGO there's no reason why Ryzen wouldn't perform more then well enough even compared to a equivalent i7.