Tencent and TIMI Studio Group released an official webpage complete with a trailer for their upcoming mobile version of Player Unknown's Battlegrounds. A second web page from Tencent that popped up for a different PUBG mobile game developed by Lightspeed & Quantum Studio. While it is still unknown if these games will ever come to the West, it is pretty interesting to see that there will be two official PUBG adaptations coming to the Android in the near future.
What is currently known about the TIMI Studio Group version is that you can pre-register from within the official site, but you will have to use a WeChat or QQ account to actually sign-up. It also appears that this version is not a direct port as it will contain naval battles, which are not in the original PC title.
Tencent didn't say when PUBG for mobile will be ready. All we know for now is that development is making "very good progress" and that, China will get first dibs. There's also no word on whether the port will eventually make it to other markets around the world, but it'd be strange for Tencent and PUBG Corp not to do so: with the PC version having already shipped over 21 million copies so far, its mobile port can potentially come close to that figure, depending on how good the modification is. It'll also be interesting to see how this figure compares to that of the upcoming Xbox One version, especially given that the latter likely won't be released in China any time soon, if ever.