Nepal has banned PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, with officials ordering internet service providers in the country to stop providing access to the massively popular battle royale game
In a surprise move, Valve has announced that it is making games much cheaper in select regions such as Bangladesh and Pakistan. The company has also introduced support for more currencies.
Authorities have reopened access to YouTube after Google launched a localized, Pakistani edition of the site. However questions remain over whether the government can now ban individual videos.
The gaming community behind Destiny banded together with Bungie and Activision and managed to raise more than a million dollars, money that's being donated to Direct Relief to help victims in Nepal.
Similar to what happened with the last earthquake in Nepal last month, Viber has taken the lead in making their services free for Nepalese users trying to contact others within Nepal and abroad.
Microsoft has pledged over $1m in cash, technology and services to aid the disaster relief effort in the affected region, and has also made all Skype calls free to landlines and mobiles in Nepal.
In response to the destruction of the devastating magnitude 7.8 Nepalese earthquake, Google has rolled out several useful tools to make responding and recovering from the disaster easier.