The Quebec Culture Capital Fund was created on November 7, 2011 by the Government of Québec and the Fonds de solidarité FTQ to provide innovative financing to Québec cultural organisations interested in exporting their projects and products.

The Quebec Culture Capital Fund has a $100 million budget to support the marketing and export of major Québec cultural products.

It proposes new and innovative financial instruments in the financing of Québec cultural organisations, which take the form of equity voting shares, preferred shares, and loans.

Fonds Capital Culture Québec (FCCQ) made a $ 5 million investment in Behaviour Interactive, for the production of the interactive PC game “Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade”. This Class AAA PC interactive game takes place in a world where hundreds of players around the world will compete online in real time.

Based in Montreal, Behaviour Interactive is a premier developer of independent video games in Canada, employing nearly 275 talented people in Montreal, Canada, and Santiago, Chile. Since 1992, the company produced more than 140 games on all major platforms, including the shooter highly-stylized third person WET ™ and its completely crazy adventure game Naughty Bear ™. Behaviour works with leading publishers and major entertainment industry companies, including 505 Games, Activision Blizzard, Atari, Bethesda, Disney, EA, Konami, Majesco, Microsoft, Nickelodeon, Paramount, Sony, Ubisoft and Warner.