Asi_PasasiI divided War's score by 6 because their match against Se7en isn't "valid" but I divided Ora's by 7 because they have 7 "valid" matches (and according to the points you presented War's is higher after division).
From Section 1.2 in ETF2L rules
ETF2L Use only scores and opponents from “valid” matches (matches that were not default wins and were not against dropped opponents).
Def. loss != Def. Win, and it makes no sense that taking a default loss puts you higher up in tables and in premiership playoffs. Whoever made the algorithm probably had this in mind which is why they only mentioned default wins.
If Ora had taken a default loss, or if War & Sons played against Se7en, Ora would have a higher chance to be in playoffs, dependent on Faint-Ascent game. Maybe I'm wrong and the ETF2L rules are just ambiguously stated, but if so, that leaves a lower ranked team no incentive to even try against Se7en and ruins the competitive integrity. Not saying anyone did this intentionally, just that this is open to abuse.
If you are wrong and default losses are counted as valid matches, Faint have to get 3 or more points for Ora Electro to get into playoffs.