I continued looking around and then something interesting came up at https://codewalr.us/index.php?topic=1462.0.
There was apparently a guy that had a videoway emulator and the chess game available on his website around 1999, the page is archived but sadly the files were not. We were soo close!
You can check it out at https://web.archive.org/web/20050120154624/http://www.ourfamilysbox.com/~meunierc/tvnw/
It seem legit as the guy's linked in list the following:
Software Developer & Contractor
Vidéoway Multimédia Inc.
1995 – 1997 (2 years)
Develop and design Vidéoway games and application programs (C, C++, 6809 Assembly). Occasionally led teams of up to 5 software developers.
• Developed game of Parcheesi, and “Home Finder” classifieds database search, for a user base of 180'000 customers (Quebec and UK).
• Developed techniques for rapid application design and prototyping on Vidéoway, resulting in shorter time for software development and release.
• Created a Vidéoway binary simulator for Windows (Motorola 6809 emulation), shortening the development cycle by reducing the need to use test hardware.
I'll try to get in touch with this guy since he was already distributing the file online before. Crossing finger!