Rangers have condemned the “disgraceful” racist abuse despatched to Nnamdi Ofoborh as he streamed himself taking part in video games on-line.
The midfielder shared screenshots on Instagram highlighting the abuse he suffered throughout the session on Twitch whereas he was taking part in FIFA.
A Rangers spokesperson mentioned: “We’re conscious of those disgraceful feedback and have reported them to Police Scotland.”
Present Racism the Purple card added: “The ideas of everybody at Present Racism the Purple Card are with Nnamdi and we’re writing to each him and his membership to supply our help.
“Over 50 per cent of younger individuals and gamers we work with in Scotland have seen or skilled racist abuse on gaming platforms within the final yr.
“Platforms can, and should, do extra to guard all customers. Till then, on-line gaming can’t be thought of a secure area for individuals of color.”
A heart issue means Ofoborh is but to play for the Scottish Premiership leaders since arriving from Bournemouth in the summertime.
The 22-year-old remains to be present process exams, with supervisor Giovanni van Bronckhorst uncertain of when he could return.
Van Bronckhorst mentioned final month: “In the meanwhile, he is nonetheless being examined.
“I spoke with him once I arrived and we simply have to attend till he sees the medical doctors and the outcomes and we will go from there.”
“However, up to now, nothing is determined.”
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