Shares of Electronic Arts jumped nearly 14 percent Wednesday, after the company reported quarterly results well-above analyst estimates, partially thanks to the popularity of its Star Wars game series.
The game maker's stock hit a $74.92 Wednesday, just shy of its 52-week high of $76.92. It was up nearly 7 percent for the year and more than 17 percent year-over-year.
Electronic Arts earned an adjusted 50 cents per share in its fourth fiscal quarter, eight cents above analyst estimates. The company's revenue also beat Street forecasts at $924 million, while analysts expected $889 million, according to Thompson Reuters.