you definitely want to avoid going wireless as much as you can if we are talking gaming. common copper cables start dropping packets at 50m+ so you shouldnt be worried about that at all, if you are fine with running it across 2 rooms and tidying it all up. your third and most hassle free option would be getting a pair of powerline adapters, these basically use your existing electricity circuit for network traffic. the only downside to these is that they sometimes drop if the circuit is under heavy load (eg running a washing mashine/dishwasher/microwave at the same time).
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