According to Business Insider, the user data released by video game maker Electronic Arts impressed analysts across Wall Street, prompting them to raise their price targets. Electronic Arts announced late Monday that its new game "Apex Legends" hit 25 million gamers in a week. To provide perspective, It took three months for ’Fortnite,' Apex's widely popular competitor, to reach 30 million players. The bullish views on the newest data sent the EA stock up 8.65% to $105.65 a piece early Tuesday.