The 23-year-old Ghana star is among several first-team players who will feature on the Pro Evolution Soccer (PES).
The agreement which expires in June 2020, will see Konami become the club’s official esports soccer video gaming partner, with collaborations planned at future events.
Mallorca joins Barcelona and Juventus as the only European clubs to completely cede their rights to the Asian giants.
" For us it is an agreement that goes beyond money. Obviously it is an agreement that allows us to continue growing as a club," Maheta Molango said at the signing-in ceremony.
"Reality is what it is. Mallorca has a budget of 29 million. Current competitors are above: Eibar has 52 million, Leganés around 60, Celta 60-70. Although we appreciate the financial contribution that will be important in our growth, the reality is that we compete for the same players as them. "