It seems what you are trying to say is that a person with 20 wins is better than the person with 5 wins or 1 win or even 19 wins and that person should, therefore, enjoy more benefits.
You tell me which is the better creative mathematically? Creative One with 20 wins but their Number of Submissions per Win Ratio is 1 per 1,000 or Creative Two with 5 wins and a Number of Submissions per Win Ratio of 1 per 200? I would say the later, Creative Two. The number of wins per submission ratio indicates how effective the creative is in giving CH’s exactly what they want. The 20 wins could just mean the creative has been submitting names for several years or enters every contest that pops up. As the saying goes, even a stopped clock is right twice a day. The number of wins doesn’t indicate effectiveness or efficiency.
The total number of wins should not give people carte blanch to enter every name they can think of off the top of their head. Someone has to look at every name submitted and decide if it is something they are looking for. We have enough abandoned contests as it is without adding more work for the CH’s which will lead to more abandoned contests.