I'm pretty sure these aren't the most popular titles among PC Gamers right now.
I play all of these games, and even late game with lots of stuff going on my 2700x does just fine @ 4k resolution.
I don't see Intel's point here. Yes, they are technically correct, but what's laughable is they are talking about 'real world' usage when the reality is that even though AMD's stuff may be marginally slower for single-core stuff - It doesn't matter because it's already so fast the difference doesn't matter.
So you spend less to get more cores with AMD, and generally more features on the motherboard as well for less money. Not to mention AMD's platforms last longer between CPU updates.