Seven, currently aliasing as ♚scout who✯ Steam Profile: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198043190041
He has 19K hours. Several people have chalked up his apparent skill to having lots of hours in the game. However, I will mention most of Seven's hours are idle hours, as he has 300 hours logged in the last 2 weeks alone. Also if you add up his class hours (although it could have been reset) its not that many hours.
I was lobbying against him last night, and the multiple headshots he was hitting on my teamates was just so unbelievable, we were all calling him out. Having investigated another TF2C hacker and got him banned, I decided to look more into Seven and see if he was legit or not.
High hour count might cause people to think, "hey maybe this guy is just really good at the game, after all he has 19K hours."
As we all know hacks are getting more and more sophisticated. Long gone are the days of cheap aimbot with 100% movement tracking on the nearby enemy. Now there are trigger bots and aimbots that when set to a fov of <5 and with silent mode enabled they are almost undetectable to spectators and STV/POV demo viewers. It makes them "look" legit.
However there is a fine line between a skilled player, and software assisted cheats.
I have been reviewing logs for the past several weeks and paying close attention to the accuracy figures on various players. I now have a very good idea about the accuracy of top level scouts. I've seen logs from IM and Invite scouts, and typical scout accuracy would be in the low 60 to low 70%'s, very rarely will I see any accuracy outside of this range. When you start seeing percentages in the 80's to 90's, is when I start getting suspicious. One might chalk up one match as having a "good game" but consistent high accuracy is proof that aim assist is being used.
One might ask, if they are using an aimbot why isn't their accuracy 100%? The answer is simple:
1) They shoot after they killed the enemy
2) They shoot the ground randomly to offset their stats
3) Their aim was so bad that they were outside of the aimbots fov, so the shot is a miss.
4) Toggeling aim assist on or off
Anyways you may be asking, but where is your proof? Well here is one log that I think is very good proof of Seven Cheating: http://logs.tf/329343?highlight=76561198043190041
94% scattergun accuracy across 4635 damage.
69% sniper accuracy across a damage sample size of 4951
Rocket accuracy doesn't really matter, but 100% shotgun accuracy, but a very small sample size.
Anyways, you can review some of Sevens other logs, most of them have slightly lesser %, likely due to the level of cheats being used (e.g. enhanced aimbot fov, or not toggeling). Also in an STV I reviewed of Seven playing I saw him frequently firing his sniper at the ground with no one around.