It looks like the Linux operating system can actually become a good choice for gamers over time. Canonical is looking for an employee for the position of product manager for board games in Ubuntu, according to the source.
Moreover, the vacancy description clearly indicates the company’s plans:
Make Ubuntu the best Linux option for gaming. We work with partners in the semiconductor world to provide the latest graphics drivers and settings for optimal frame rates and latency, and with partners in the gaming industry to ensure mechanisms such as anti-cheating capabilities are in place to ensure product fairness and availability.
Let us remind you that there is already a lot of progress in the issue of games for Linux. First, the Steam Proton tool is in the works, which allows Windows games to run under Linux. Secondly, with the announcement of the Steam Deck, AMD has begun to work more actively on Linux drivers.