I don't know what makes a better "gaming board". I appreciate solid components used as an enthusiast, but as a gamer, I could really care less. I used a range from a rubber dome Bluetooth board to a board with mx Green switches to my modded Ducky board with Gateron reds for gaming. Played about the same. Mouse made a huge difference, but after a good sensor, it came down to the subjective feel.
The ONLY thing I found that made a noticeable difference for me in game was the form factor. For gaming, give me 60%. Less keyboard for the mouse to smash into if I'm trying to look to the left rapidly. Curious to see if Logitech would entertain the idea of a 60% mechanical board.
For everyday typing... A whole different list of things I like and don't like pop up for me, but for gaming, my needs are simple.