I don't, but Ryzen are undeniably much better on overall domestic use and long-term cost & benefits.
R5 2400G can tackle low-res CSGO just fine, but prolonged intensive iGPU usage puts too much strain on a entry-level mobo, so an dedicated GPU is definitely needed for a hardcore gamer no matter the game.
Whether AMD x Intel is better for gaming depends on the games played, resolution used and the desired FPS range.
Old games, e-sports games, and over 60 FPS at Full HD or lower resolutions are factors that favors Intel because the Core architecture favors blazing fast single core processing speed.
On the other hand, playing on 1440p or 4K, massive open-world games and streaming heavily benefit AMD, because Ryzen emphazises parallel processing by sharing tasks among a large number of cores and threads.
CS:GO definetly favors Intel as it's an old and simple game, which runs on DX9 while we're at DX12.
But I definitely recomend Ryzen anytime instead because it's CPUs and mobos are better priced than Intel counterparts, the AM4 chipset will still be used up until 2020 and is future proof because parallel processing is a heavily trending among all OS and software developers, which regarding games will allow DX12 to surpass far and away DX11 on the recent and upcoming CPUs.