By Anthony Pagapulaan

PHOTO: Today News

After a month of break from uploading online video contents, Israeli-born Arab content creator Nuseir Yassin of Nas Daily confirmed their comeback with a new "challenge."

In a video posted on their Facebook page on Saturday, October 23, Yassin is set to  "share a new journey" under their new segment "1,000-team challenge."

"It's the same human videos you love from us. But now, just a little bit better — better video, better quality, better audio, better everything," Nas said.

To be released weekly, the "1,000-team Challenge" will be  composed of literally a thousand — from the present 120 — members from all around the world to power up the contents in Nas Daily and Nas Academy.

"This 1,000-team Challenge is gonna be hard. How the hell do you build a company? How do you pay for people? It's gonna be expensive. It's gonna be hard. It's gonna be difficult. But I hope it inspires you," Yassin said.

Yassin also stressed their continuous vision in producing contents: "I want Nas Daily to help you maximize your  human potential...I am here to learn with you."

"I hope Nas Daily inspires you to do something hard for 1,000 days for 1,000 times. Trust me. If you do that, it will change your life just like it changed mine," he added.

In addition, Yassin announced their coming "finally" to the video-sharing giant Youtube, as part of their expansion from their current social media platforms.

Yassin and his team faced controversies over the supposed Wang-Od Academy, an online course featuring the Philippine traditional tattooing — which the creator refused to mention to be the cause of their recess.