Logitech has a wave split keyboard.It's not listed as gaming, but it does have programmable keys. https://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/wireless-keyboard-k350?crid=27#specification-tabularany recommendation of ergonomics or split type keyboard for games/all purpose keyboard. the traditional horizonal put my wrist at a odd angle for long time, and become discomfort.
If you can 10 key without looking, man, that would be really good in games using the right keypad as key binds. loli use the numpad for alot of things...faster number typing and i use them as shortcuts in settings and config menus in games. That is why i general prefer new Razor and steel series. i am using razor black widow elite currently. Best experience.
There are relatively few options out there, including the Kinesis Freestyle Edge RGB and then all of ortholinear kit style (ie ErgoDox types and mods of those sorts; Keyboardio Model 01 is a neat one-off project but not really compatible with anything aftermarket) , but I'd suggest keeping your eyes on the Dygma Raise. They crowdfunded awhile ago and are just about to start full shipment this month. The devs have been really, impressively communicative so that even the delays they ran into were well explained and justified (ie one of their components' manufacturers made something not up to the quality level desired so they sent them back to do it again etc), so I'd be surprising if their post-launch interaction with the community would be anything but great.
I've looked at a few ergo/split keyboards over the years, but I'm definitely looking forward to the Dygma Raise; if its as great as it looks on paper, I'll definitely have made the correct decision. Check out https://www.dygma.com/ for more info. There ought to be a ton of new info and stuff upon launch, as one would expect.
Two issues with Dygma
- Missing numpad
- Doesn't have tenting capability like the Kinesis freestyle edge although the Dymga team did said they will create a tenting kit for it but that has not yet started to date.
I am a backer of the Dymga Raise's kickstarter project, I received the keyboard yesterday. I have not y0et tried out other than unboxing it and tried some simple typing without plugging it in.