My 1-minute guess is $50K with a basic (non-union) setup/production crew not including pre-production, lighting design, or any post work; or any constraints such as load-in/-out time, access, etc. Depends on the screens too, 5mm vs 3mm vs 1mm is a jump. Would take an hour or 2 to come up with an more exact quote.
So it's at least 2 screens the one on the right could be just printed out or could be a still projection. The main and right side screen are alternating displays for IMAG (Image magnification) as well as probably other support things like powerpoints or whatever, these would be live-switched between 3 or more cameras. If you're spending this kind of dough it might as well be 4-5 cameras. I see one camera in the top example is on a large jib, so that's an additional expense, to rent the jib and crew to fly it around. Budget for the fancy set re-dressing materials, too.
4 cameras, 4 camera operators, jib operator, director, technical director, sound operator for video, sound operator for the venue, engineer to shade the cameras and oversee the recording, overall engineer to supervise the entire operation. Lighting director and assistant. Producer. Graphics creator and operator. Likely a prompter operator at some point. This is probably best done renting a remote production truck though it's not impossible to bring it in as a "fly-away package" of portable cabinets you assemble and connect together in some bunker or side room off under the bleachers somewhere. It's not going to be cheap.