This article explains why your Guild may not be ranked appropriately in Guild Wars according to your Guild War scores.
As Nintendo Switch is a new game server there is a lot of movement in the Guild Wars rankings while Guilds settle into more suitable ranks. This is because when Guild Wars started for the first time we had no way of predicting which Guilds would emerge as serious Guild Wars competitors or which Guilds would continue registering and playing Guild Wars competitively every Guild Wars week.
For this reason we decided to rank Guilds according to the time they joined.
We realise this was not a perfect solution, but no method of ranking Guilds in the first Guild Wars would be a perfect solution for a new game server.
Fixing the issue
To compensate for this imperfect placement, Guilds can currently climb Guild Wars brackets faster than normal on Nintendo Switch so that we can get through this initial placement period more quickly.
The development team are also monitoring the Guild Wars rankings so that we can tweak the bracket climbing as necessary to help settle the Guilds into more appropriate ranks faster.
However, it's also worth noting that it's harder to reach the same score in a higher bracket, so we are also taking that into consideration as we continually monitor the event.