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Cammy White is one of the most popular female video game characters of all time and maybe even more liked than Chun Li or Morrigan Aensland. She debuted back in 1993 as one of the four newcomers in Super Street Fighter II and appeared in over 15 games since

This includes the many Street Fighter sequels and also crossover games like Capcom vs. SNK, Marvel vs. Capcom, and Street Fighter X Tekken but also Cannon Spike, an arcade shooter where she is one of the main protagonists.

Cammy “spawned” three playable clones of her till today with Juni and Juli in Street Fighter Alpha 3 and Decapre in Ultra Street Fighter IV, since there are more Shadow Dolls the number might increase. Cammy was revealed to return in Street Fighter V (2016) during the Press Conference of Sony at the E3 2015.

Cammy is a British Assassine and her whereabouts are not completely clear, for a good while she had no free will and was more or less controlled by M.Bison. For more background lore better check the SF Wiki.

Cammy White has a giant fanbase and got a ton of excellent fan and cosplay artworks dedicated to her including four drawn artworks for our Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Art Tribute in 2012 and also a special gallery with over 25 drawn fan arts as well as another older fan art gallery. There is so much great stuff that it is difficult to feature Cammy here without having a giant gallery.



Cammy White from the Street Fighter Games: an Overview

Charactername: Cammy White   Developed /Created by Capcom
Gameseries:  Street Fighter, Cannon Spike, Crossover Games
  First seen on: Arcades  
First Game: Super Street Fighter II   Year first seen in: 1993 
Last Game: Street Fighter 6 (2023)   Birthplace: England 
Role(s) and Characteristics: Fighting Game Character   Weapons or Martial Arts Style:  
Additional Tags:     Similar Characters: Juni, Juli, Decapre
Has Relations to:     See also:  



Official Game Art like promotional Illustrations of Cammy White

Cammy White SFV Street Fighter V Alternate Art Cammy White SFV Street Fighter V Official Art

Street Fighter V (2016)

Ending Art Images of Cammy White in the Street Fighter V Arcade Mode Routes

SF Alpha Route

SF II Route

SF IV Route

SF V Route



Cammy White SFXT Art

Street Fighter X Tekken (2012)

Cammy White SFXT Artwork

Street Fighter X Tekken (2012)

Cammy White in SFXT

Street Fighter X Tekken (2012)

Cammy White SSFIV Official Art

Super SFIV (2010) 

Cammy White CVS2 Capcom Groove Art Cammy White CVS2 SNK Groove Art

Capcom Vs SNK 2 (2001)

Cammy White SF Alpha 3 Art

Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998)

Cammy White SFA3 Artwork

Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998)




Cammy White in Game-Art-HQ Art Projects



Super Street Fighter II


We started the 30th Anniversary of Street Fighter Tribute in 2017 and this time we illustrated every character in all their different designs throughout the series, including Cammy White since Super Street Fighter II!



Cammy White GAHQ SF Tribute 1 Cammy White GAHQ SF Tribute 2 Cammy White GAHQ SF Tribute 3 Cammy White GAHQ SF Tribute 4 Aged Cammy

Cammy White is a part of our Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Art Tribute and was drawn by three big fans for this art collaboration in 2012


 Selected Fan Art and Cosplay Photos of Cammy White from 2015 

Cammy SFV Fan Art

Cammy White in Street Fighter V

by Lara Couzens

Cammy White Pixel Art 2015

 Cammy Pixel Art

by FeloLop



Cammy White Fan Art from 2014:

Cammy White Alt Design Game Art

Cammy White Alt. Costume

by TixieLix

Cammy White Bison Doll Series by Ganassa

Cammy White in the Bison Dolls Series

by Ganassa

Cammy White USFIV Summer Vacation Costume

Cammy White USFIV

by Edwin Huang


Additional Cammy White Galleries:

Cammy drawn and described by 25 artists , Additional Bigger Fan Art Gallery for older works, Additional Cosplay Gallery


Updates and additions in Cammy White’s Game Art Gallery and Character Overview:

14.09.2018 – Cammy’s Ending Artworks from Street Fighter V added

03.05.2017 – Added the Super Street Fighter II illustrations of Cammy in our 30th Anniversary of SF Tribute