Pentatonix Net Worth: Pentatonix is an American Capella team with the net worth of $40 million. Pentathlon of Arlington, Texas, 2011, also includes five singers: Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstie Maldonado, Avi Kaplan and Kevin Olusola. Teams usually make pop music and cover topics. The band won the reality TV series in the third quarter of NBC’s Sing-Off and earned $200k in addition to the recording contract of Sony Music. The team fell out of its Impressive Records brand and decided to form a YouTube channel that now has more than 8 million customers as well as almost trillions of views. His debut album workshop PTX, Vols. 1 & 2 was launched in 2014 and reached sixth place in Japan. His second PTX album released in 2014, his third album “Christmas to me” was released later that year. The album is second in the US. And fourth in Canada. That album became the highest in the United States graphic album holiday, taking into account the 1962 and the fourth year is very popular in general album. Pentatonix won the Grammy Award for Best Plan, Crucial or Capella as “stupid punk.” His blog, Pentatonix – On My Means Residence, was released in June 2015.