The Office originally wrapped in 2003, but Gervais has reprised Brent several times since - most recently for this year's Comic Relief campaign.
The comedian has now struck a deal with YouTube to release new material exclusively online, including new material featuring the Brent character.
"Any artist will tell you that they want as many people to see their work with as little interference to that work as possible," Gervais told Deadline.
"To create, get final edit, and be the broadcaster is the ultimate artistic experience. This is why I have partnered with YouTube for original programming. And because of all that money they gave me too, obviously."
Gervais's YouTube channel will release a series of sketches, video podcasts and behind-the-scenes clips from the star's various film and television projects.
"Working with YouTube is a fantastic opportunity for new content to be made available without the limitations of schedules and international restrictions," the Derek star added.
"Viewing habits are changing. And anyone who doesn't realise that will be left behind. I am very excited to be working with a platform that is so instant and accessible. And to catch up with David Brent is going to be fantastic."
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Watch a clip from Ricky Gervais's Comic Relief return to The Office below: