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I recently looked at this, but for a regular Linux gamer I don’t see much benefit of using this over regular Fedora. With a little bit of tweaking you get 90% the same result, without being depenend on a project with a bus-factor of one.
I guess if you are specifically interested in game streaming via OBS it might be worth it though.
Edit: ah. My comment was about Nobara in general. But it basically applies to this Silverblue spin as well.
This is exactly what I was looking for!