Boruto -Naruto the Movie- Promotes Job Site by Turning Job Search into Chūnin Exams
posted on by Carlos Cadorniga
Pseudo chūnin exams are being administered to thrust people into a far more dangerous place than the world of ninja—the world of salaried employment.
Boruto -Naruto the Movie- is teaming up with Japanese job site Baitoru as they open up a special new online page. The "Chūnin Part-time Job Recruitment Has Begun!" page on the site likens part-time recruitment into chūnin exams used in Naruto where shinobi students are tested to become professional ninja.
The "test" is written on the site as being administered at Konohagakure, though the test contents are yet to be revealed. The information, however, encourages people of any age to participate. People may apply as many times as they'd like. Applicants who take the mock test are working to "gather up chakra" by tweeting about the test. When enough chakra is gathered, applicants have the chance to win prizes like souvenirs and movie tickets. Chakra readings (or applicant tweets) currently numbers 578.
Boruto: Naruto the Movie will premiere in Japan on August 7. The DVD for the previous movie, The Last: Naruto The Movie was released on July 22 in Japan and will see a North American release on October 6 of this year.
Source: Comic Natalie