Yes, I think it could work. Let's put it this way: you have a better chance than most long-distance relationships.
If you read my answers you know I'm not a fan of LDRs. I almost always advise against them because they rarely work. One exception, though, is when both parties know that the distance is temporary. You can picture a future time when you will be face-to-face, so the time spent wooing each other from afar feels more like an investment in something concrete. When there is no end in sight to the distance between a couple, it's easy for one or both to lose interest and hope, which is why so many LDRs fail.
Did you and your guy have an in-person relationship before you moved apart? If so, even better. Having that foundation also helps keep a temporary LDR going. Add to that the fact that you'll be seeing each other regularly, and I think your chances of making it are pretty good. It will be more work than a face-to-face relationship, of course, but that kind of work can be good for a couple.
Good luck to you. Thanks for the question.