Coming out of college soon, I am working on my resume. I have for quite a few years, and continue to run, a gaming community, and through it have thousands of active players (about 2000 regulars who attend events weekly). All members within my community have passed 30 minute interviews just to be a part of it.
I have made a healthy profit from it, and have gained quite a bit of my programming experience through it. I think there is a positive - the employer would see my ability to create something successful, but it might make them blow me off as a "gamer". Beyond that, I'm not sure I want them reading through my forum posts, of which there are about 6,000 made by me on the website. I'm sure there could be some unprofessional ones in there!
Looking to work as a professional programmer in the US, is this something I should list on my resume? Is it more likely to hurt my chances? How could I spin this away from "games" to being considered real experience, especially in a company with older employees?
Edit: I am specifically asking about the pros and cons I listed above. Please do not downvote as duplicate simply for lack of reading.