The CEO of a Japanese technology company has given employees the day off this Friday, March 26, so they can play Monster Hunter Rise. Masaki Hiyama, the CEO of VR company Mark-on, declared March 26 to be “MonHun Day,” and no one will be asked to come to work.
VGC translated a Huffington Post Japan story that quoted Hiyama telling his employees: “March 26 will be the release date of Monster Hunter Rise, and since it is expected that we will not be able to concentrate on our work, I will be making that day a ‘MonHun vacation.'”
Hiyama told the site that that “several” employees already said they were planning to take the day off to play the game on its release date, so he decided to give everyone the day off.
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