The ball features the State of Mind logo and its “What’s yours?” message, as well as a date stamp.
Clubs have been breaking them in over the past few weeks, and they will be used in all seven Super League games across the weekend August 28-31.
A number of the balls will be raffled following the round to raise money for the State of Mind charity, which aims to raise awareness of mental health issues, tackle stigma and signpost support to rugby league players and communities.
Rhino Rugby League Managing Director Tony Colquitt said: “We are delighted to assist State of Mind and help raise awareness of their fantastic work.
“Rugby league should be proud of a great cause, and hopefully lots of money will be raised from auctioning the balls.”
For more information, visit www.stateofmindrugby.com and www.rhinorugbyleague.co.uk