No. You must disable EndpointLock during game play. EndpointLock is designed to protect your browser sessions and desktop applications (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, VPN clients, IM chats, etc.). EndpointLock protects some “online web browser games” but not all of them. EndpointLock currently does not protect gaming applications that sit on your desktop like GT or WoW (World of Warcraft), because games like these remap the keyboard for gaming functionality, etc. Before you launch these games, right click on the “shield” in the notification area (system tray) in the bottom right of your screen, and select “Exit” or deselect “Enable” (EndpointLock cannot protect your computer against keyloggers when it is exited or disabled.) You will then be able to game with no issues. After you are finished gaming, go to Start | Run | Programs | EndpointLock and click on “Desktop” to restart EndpointLock desktop protection.
Certain games played inside IE or Firefox may be affected by EndpointLock. If your game play is disrupted, you can disable EndpointLock by right-clicking on the “Tools” item in the browser’s menu and untagging EndpointLock. Approve disabling of EndpointLock (if asked). After you are finished playing, return to the “Tools” menu and re-enable EndpointLock toolbar. Close and re-open the browser to activate EndpointLock protection.