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I think Insider which is now available on Amazon, might work pretty well in this situation.
But I haven't been in the dating scene in around 30 years, so what do I know?
You would have different players each time and it may help to learn more about what the other people at the table are interested in and know.
You could award winning tables 2 or 3 times in the night which might add another conversation piece. The premise is flawed as it stand, if they want people to meet (speed dating), they need to exchange quickly valuable information, likes and dislikes and expectations to help them make an educated guess.
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Using the unique players would also make it feel different at each table which would also help to keep it interesting.
The only other game I can think of would be Wits & Wagers.
I'm not sure the idea of having people move and take over other player's positions is a good one (just seems somewhat awkward and a lot of the engagement in boardgames is down to agency/ownership of position), but I think there are some games that provide a social structure that will allow people to start natural conversations Red Flags or Billionaire Banshee? Easy to move people in and out if timers are regulated centrally for all tables.
Will keep thinking on this and maybe suggest more later. You could get the time constraint by adding enough laps to make it go until the time you wanted.
You could probably play rounds of Timeline (particularly the Music and Cinema edition) in 20 mins, and maybe have different sets It should either be a game that leaves space for tabletalk (like Dixit, though I don't know how easy it would be to have to pick up a new hand of cards midway through a game), or one that makes people talk. Double Feature might be worthwhile (enables talking about movies, score doesn't matter particularly)No Thanks? The premise is flawed as it stand, if they want people to meet (speed dating), they need to exchange quickly valuable information, likes and dislikes and expectations to help them make an educated guess.