No.  By way of explanation, Wi-Fi is "unidirectional."  What that means is that it's like a two lane road under construction on one side.  People have to stand out there with signs to direct traffic, and they stop traffic from going one direction in order to allow traffic to move from the other direction.  Then they keep alternating back and forth.  For the bandwidth needed for live audio/video, that system is not fast enough, and it tends to kick you off the connection frequently as the info "packages" go back and forth and collide.  So you need a wired internet connection to your computer (Ethernet cable) where the traffic is bidirectional and the info packages can travel by each other at the same time without colliding.