The 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' is introducing a new feature to "promote healthy gaming behaviours".
The new system - which has already gone live in Indonesia, India, Nepal, the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt - will require mobile gamers under the age of 18 to "acknowledge a gaming advisory" before they can load up the title.
Players will receive pop-up notifications at certain unspecified intervals to remind younger users to "rest or stop the game".
The Gameplay Management system will be released in more markets in stages at a late date.
Publisher Tencent said: "As PUBG mobile grows into one of the world's most trending mobile games, it is devoted to providing a better gaming environment and being proactive in building a balanced and sustainable online gaming ecosystem."
The company confirmed it will take a look at player feedback and make any necessary adjustments as the system gets a global release.
Meanwhile, Tencent will also aim to teach players about exactly why they need to care about Gameplay Management.
Currently, it's not known whether the system will be launched for 'PUBG' on PC and console.