No Quebec law only. However, I'm not even sure it has passed yet. I just heard about it on the news a few weeks ago. I don't think it will change anything for the rest of Canada. Except that maybe it will be easier for Francophones living outside Quebec (there are plenty of them btw. a bit less than 2 millions I think) to get a game in their own language. For Quebec, the English version will still be available. As Anglophones living in Quebec will surely want the English version, I am sure they won't have any trouble finding it. It's just that for the Quebec territory the game developpers will now have to offer a French version as an alternative to the English version. This is hardly something new for many non-anglophone countries. France has games in french and I'm sure it's the same for most countries. Just so you know: French canadians represents about 1/3 of the population of Canada. And it used to be 1/2 not so long ago. That these people can get goods and services in their language is not a luxury.