|Hair color||Brown gray|
|Anime debut||Goodbye, Junior Cup - Hello Adventure!|
|English voice actor||Rory Max Kaplan|
|Japanese voice actor||Kōki Uchiyama|
He later appeared as the group was seeing Dawn off. He announced he was going to take part in the Unova League, but he was missing his eighth Badge because he thought that only seven Badges were required to enter. He also mistakenly thought the League was going to be in Ecruteak City in Johto.
In the next episode, Cameron challenged Marlon to a Gym battle for a Wave Badge. He used his Ferrothorn and Samurott to battle Marlon's Jellicent and Mantine. Ultimately, Cameron and his Pokémon were able to come through with the win against Marlon and his Pokémon in order to get the last Badge necessary for Cameron to compete in the Unova League.
He reappeared in BW103. He had travelled to Higaki City to compete in the Higaki Conference and had set up his tent close to the hotel for the competitors, to make sure he wouldn't be too late to sign in. When Ash, his friends and Bianca, Stephan and Virgil walked past his tent and met up with him, he heard from the others he was almost too late to sign in. Ash hurried with him to the registration counter and was just in time. In the first round he battled with his Ferrothorn against Kenō and his Eelektross. The battle ended in BW104 and he won, allowing him to move on to the next round.
In the same episode it was revealed Cameron would face Bianca in the second round, in a two-on-two battle. Cameron started with his Samurott against Bianca's Escavalier. The Cavalry Pokémon was defeated rather quickly, after which Bianca sent out, much to everyone's shock, her Emboar. After withstanding super effective Aqua Jet and Hydro Cannon, however, Emboar used Attract on Samurott, causing it to become infatuated and soon defeated. Next Cameron chose to use Riolu, which Bianca thought to be very cute. Despite the notable size difference, Riolu was able to defeat the Mega Fire Pig Pokémon, causing Bianca to be eliminated from the Conference.
In BW106 it was revealed he would battle Ash in the quarter-finals. The battle started at the end of the episode and was continued in BW107. He had a good start with his Hydreigon taking out two of Ash's Pokémon. Ash managed to take control of the battle however. At the end of the episode, while battling Ash's Snivy, Cameron's Riolu evolved into a Lucario. The battle is set to conclude in BW108.
Cameron is often forgetful at times. He would arrive at a certain location at a later time. In two instances, he wanted to compete in Pokémon World Tournament Junior Cup but arrived during the end of the tournament and during the Higaki Conference. However, he managed to narrowly make it to the registration counter during the latter. He also thought that the number of Badges to qualify for the League was seven and the number of Pokémon used in Full Battle was five. Despite his forgetfulness, Cameron was shown to have good battling skills as shown with his battle with Marlon as he managed to defeat him and win the Wave Badge.
This listing is of Cameron's known Pokémon in the anime:
|Debut||Goodbye, Junior Cup - Hello Adventure!|
|Japanese||Rikako Aikawa (As Riolu)|
|English||Rikako Aikawa (As Riolu)|
| Cameron used Ferrothorn in his Gym battle against Marlon and his Jellicent. Although it managed to defeat the Floating Pokémon, its Thunderbolt was disabled by Jellicent's Cursed Body, which allowed Marlon's Mantine to defeat it.
Ferrothorn's next appearance was in BW103 where it was used to battle Kenō's Eelektross during the first round of the Higaki Conference. It finally won in BW104, after firing a Pin Missile into Eelektross's mouth. In the next episode, Ferrothorn was seen defeating an Amoonguss and winning Cameron's third round battle.
|Debut||The Road to Humilau|
| Cameron used Samurott in his Gym battle against Marlon's Mantine. During the battle Samurott was proven to be very fast underwater and powerful as she was able to dodge all of Mantine's moves and also used her seamitar to counter Mantine's Bullet Seed and defeat it using a powerful Razor Shell, winning her trainer the Wave Badge.
In BW104, Samurott battled Bianca's Escavalier and after a hard fought battle she defeated it. Then she battled Bianca's Emboar and despite the type advantage she was defeated after Emboar managed to successfully hit her with his Attract and finished her off with a powerful Hammer Arm.
Samurott was used to battle Ash in BW107. First she faced Pignite, which stood no chance against her, and was easily defeated with super effective Hydro Cannon and Aqua Jet attacks. However, Ash's next Pokémon, Pikachu, was too fast for Samurott, and she was finally taken down by an Iron Tail.
|Debut||The Road to Humilau|
|Hydreigon was the first Pokémon to be used in Cameron's battle against Ash in the Higaki Conference. It proved to be very strong, defeating Ash's Boldore and Oshawott before falling to Ash's Pignite's super effective Brick Break.|
|Swanna was a Pokémon which Cameron used in his Higaki Conference battle with Ash. However, despite trying its hardest, it was soon defeated by Pikachu's Electro Ball.|
This listing is of the Badges Cameron has obtained:
- Insect Badge (prior to Goodbye, Junior Cup - Hello Adventure!)
- Quake Badge (prior to Goodbye, Junior Cup - Hello Adventure!)
- Bolt Badge (prior to Goodbye, Junior Cup - Hello Adventure!)
- Basic Badge (prior to Goodbye, Junior Cup - Hello Adventure!)
- Three unknown Badges (prior to Goodbye, Junior Cup - Hello Adventure!)
- Wave Badge (The Road to Humilau)
In the games
Cameron appears in the Pokémon World Tournament download, which is available for players of the Japanese Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 games from December 3, 2012 to January 31, 2013. The tournament is based on the Higaki Conference in the anime, which is conducted under Single Battle rules. Cameron is represented as the Youngster Trainer class.
- Cameron shares two of his unknown Badges with Trip.
- Cameron is the only one of the seven Unova rivals to use Pokémon from Generation V as well as a Pokémon from another generation.
- Cameron is the first of Ash's rivals to own a pseudo-legendary Pokémon.
|Japanese||コテツ Kotetsu||From 子 ko (child), 小 ko (small), and 鉄 tetsu (iron). May also be named after swordmaker Nagasone Kotetsu (長曾禰虎徹).|
|German||Carsten||Similar to his English name.|
|This article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.|