It depends on the brand…
Hotter, and longer it kept in the exact same sport the more damage it will do…
So ideally at least one laser blocking it, then adjust multiple lasers onto the camera.
But honestly using lasers to do that kind of permanent damage isn't really practical. But it is possible. Hell they could jury rig high powered lasors, and send it through a mirror network to take down cameras during specific times.
The higher the power the easier it is to 'see' the beam (which is light bouncing, or splitting from the target direction.)
The light has to stay almost perfectly still, and at a single location so a clamp with a tripod or something is needed. Doing it with human hands isn't very effective for light due to how shakey humans are over long periods of time.
A rock, or a sling shot can ruin the glass/plastic facing trending it useless.
Or even a paint ball.
Different chemicals can easily ruin such a camera.