Not only is it not really a gaming laptop, but the price isn't great for the spec.
I think there should be a legal definition off a gaming laptop, must be able to reach 60fps @ 1080p in default high settings across 5 most popular titles. So hitting it in minecraft, fortnight but not battlefield V or metro means no. Hopefully means anything 1650 or lower can't call its a gaming laptop
Bought this for the misses. A day later ordered a webcam - because the one it comes with is useless unless you just want people to see your neck, some keyboard-letter stickers because the keyboard is unreadable (white on light grey? insane!), additional ram (8gb for a £500+ in 2020 is just sad), and a cooling pad because for some reason the air vents are at the bottom of the laptop, so wheen you have it on a desk (or lap) it starts to overheat as there's nowhere for the warm air to go. Things to bear in mind if you're gonna buy. Although I can't say I regret getting it, whilst the keyboard was hard to read, at least it's not american. Every half decent single sub £1000 laptop i've seen has an american keyboard now. Who knows why.
Having the word gaming in is just a marketing gimmick. Will be limited to older games at 720p resolution settings on low at most. The lenovo offerings are better value. The Ryzen 5 processors with their integrated graphics will offer similair performance at a lower cost.